If you went to one of those online nationial schools that specialize in all fifty states,you may be studying stuff that you don't need to know. The "Candidate Information Booklet" will tell you exactly what you need to be studying. If you need this book,it is free. Call Kathy at 407 822 3926. She will email you a copy.
Watch the math videos.That is free. Study non stop. Study the stuff that is on the test. That is in the "Candidate Information Booklet"
Everybody gets nervous before a test, it's human nature.
If you have a review book to reference before the test, go back and look at your most important highlights you marked during your course. You don't have to remember everything in the course, only the highlighted laws and most important rules and regs of what you've learned.
What type of questions do they ask on the exam? Uhhhmmm......everything you just learned, but mostly the highlighted materials. If you took the course online, then I would say everything they reviewed at the end of each chapter.
Make sure you get there early with a good cup of strong coffee. Review everything you can in your book between the time you park and the time you enter the building for the test. Think positive.
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If there are other students, and you're nervous, why not form a study group with a few of them?
Also - it's been like a hundred years since I took the exam - but I do recall we had a practice exam in the class to get us ready for the state exam..........also had a class exam we had to pass.........so........by the time we were done with all that testing, we were all prepped and ready for the state exam!
If you're taking the course online - you can probably find study hints to help you online, too.
I am sure you'll do fine.........